Con`sub*stan"ti*ate Consubstantiating.]

To cause to unite, or to regard as united, in one common substance or nature.


His soul must be consubstantiated with reason. Jer. Taylor.


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Con`sub*stan"ti*ate, v. i.

To profess or belive the doctrine of consubstantion.

The consubstantiating church and priest. Dryden.


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Con`sub*stan"ti*ate (?), a.

Partaking of the same substance; united; consubstantial.

We must love her [the wife] that is thus consubstantiate with us. Feltham.


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